Phillip F. Schaeffer, Author — Codes for Longevity

Born in 1926, Phillip F. Schaeffer had a 43-year career in Manhattan as one of the original Mad Men.

Besides surviving malaria, dengue fever, infectious hepatitis, crippling osteoarthritis, gout, a serious heart condition, poor eyesight, allergies, skin cancer, diverticulitis, arteriosclerosis, pneumonia and elevated cholesterol, he smoked two packs of cigarettes a day for over 35 years and survived three critical automobile accidents.

He has dedicated the past 40 years to research in advanced approaches for health and healing, using his own badly damaged body as a test case, and repairing each of the above illnesses and addictions naturally and without pharmaceutical or surgical intervention, in keeping with the principles presented in his book – Codes for Longevity.

Now 85, Phillip is in robust good health, a shining example of what is possible using his advanced knowledge and techniques.